August242012
myfrakkinggod:

Modern message in a bottle.

myfrakkinggod:

Modern message in a bottle.

(via selfrelatingtruth)

August32012
“We must declare ourselves, become known; allow the world to discover this subterranean life of ours which connects kings and farm boys, artists and clerks. Let them see that the important thing is not the object of love, but the emotion itself.” Gore Vidal  (via npr)

(via selfrelatingtruth)

July302012
newyorker:

This week, The New Yorker publishes “Thank You for the Light,” a 1936 short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald that was originally rejected by the magazine decades ago.  Here, a look back at the magazine’s 1926 profile of Fitzgerald: http://nyr.kr/Q0QK9H

newyorker:

This week, The New Yorker publishes “Thank You for the Light,” a 1936 short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald that was originally rejected by the magazine decades ago.  Here, a look back at the magazine’s 1926 profile of Fitzgerald: http://nyr.kr/Q0QK9H

July182012

theavc:

Maria Bamford visits the morning zoo on a new episode of the Jon Hamm-approved Stand Down.

July142012
11AM
newyorker:


This may be the scariest aspect of “Breaking Bad,” and of the drug trade itself: the more ghoulish and extreme the show becomes, the more it seems to traffic not in realism but in horror, and the more accurately it captures the reality of the cartels and their business.

Patrick Radden Keefe on the uncannily accurate depiction of the meth trade in “Breaking Bad”: http://nyr.kr/LVdeWu

newyorker:

This may be the scariest aspect of “Breaking Bad,” and of the drug trade itself: the more ghoulish and extreme the show becomes, the more it seems to traffic not in realism but in horror, and the more accurately it captures the reality of the cartels and their business.

Patrick Radden Keefe on the uncannily accurate depiction of the meth trade in “Breaking Bad”: http://nyr.kr/LVdeWu

July102012
July92012
ihateallyourgods:

Children are not the problem here


This man is a genius.

ihateallyourgods:

Children are not the problem here

This man is a genius.

(Source: thedragoninmygarage, via theatlantic)

July72012
newyorker:

A Saturday morning cartoon. For more: http://nyr.kr/KOocLH

newyorker:

A Saturday morning cartoon. For more: http://nyr.kr/KOocLH

11AM
sunfoundation:

What happens if a state opts out of Medicaid, in one chart

If governors opt their states out of the health law’s Medicaid expansion — as many are now threatening to do — it’s the poorest Americans who would find themselves getting the rawest deal.



Isn’t it illegal to opt out of federal law? Why such blatant disregard?

sunfoundation:

What happens if a state opts out of Medicaid, in one chart

If governors opt their states out of the health law’s Medicaid expansion — as many are now threatening to do — it’s the poorest Americans who would find themselves getting the rawest deal.

Isn’t it illegal to opt out of federal law? Why such blatant disregard?

(via theatlantic)

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